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MOSCOW, April 1. /TASS/. Moscow investigators opened criminal proceedings on calls for mass disorders in the capital, which appeared on the Internet on March 29, representative of the Russian Investigative Committee's Moscow branch Yulia Ivanova told TASS on Saturday.
"The criminal proceedings were opened on the grounds of the crime as in the Criminal Code's Part 3, Article 212 (Call for mass disorders)," she said.
On March 29, an unidentified person using a nick posted on the Internet a text, calling for actions of most extremist nature, she said.
"The investigation undertakes measures to identify authors of the post, calling for criminal actions," the authority's representative said.
The calls for an unauthorized protest in central Moscow appeared on social networks. The Moscow police and prosecution warned against participation in the protest.